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30 Roehampton Ave, Th. 10, Toronto.

30 Roehampton Ave., Th. 10

Asking price: $929,000

Selling price: $970,000

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Taxes: $5,086 (2017)

Days on the market: Two

Listing agent: Ira Jelinek, Harvey Kalles Real Estate Ltd.

The unit features a U-shaped kitchen and a patio off the main living area.

The action: Many residents in a midtown high-rise have front row seats of the football field belonging to North Toronto Collegiate Institute. Among them was this two-storey ground floor unit that received two offers in May.

“There was an identical townhouse that was tenanted with no upgrades that sold [just recently, in June] for $915,000. Ours sold for $970,000, so we’re happy,” agent Ira Jelinek said. “We did much better than what we were expecting.”

What they got: Along the east side of a fairly new building are a few townhouse-style units, among them this two-bedroom-plus-den unit with a patio off the living area and a balcony accessible from a bedroom upstairs.

The unit includes a U-shaped kitchen, three bathrooms and laundry machines, as well as a locker and parking.

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Monthly fees of $734 offset costs for water and heating, concierge, fitness and media rooms.

The agent's take: “There are maybe three townhouses with this type of square footage,” Mr. Jelinek said. “We had [interest from] young families that can’t afford houses, but don’t want a condo.”

The building itself is also a popular one. “People tend to like it because it’s somewhat new, a 20-step walk to Yonge Street and the amenities are really nice,” Mr. Jelinek said.

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